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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Houses of Cistercian monks The abbey of Hayles

    other occasions he received a fee instead. 12 It was on account of a dispute concerning the parish church of Didbrook that in 1275 he laid an interdict upon the abbot of Hayles. 13 Probably the abbot yielded, for the

    Parishes Stanway Stanway, 1962

    the chapel of Hailes and the rectory of Pinnock with Hyde , to the vicarage of Didbrook , which became the vicarage of Didbrook and Hailes with Stanway . 225 Tewkesbury Abbey retained the advowson of the vicarage until the

    North Leigh Church

    several vicars whose surnames suggest that they came from near the abbey: 55 two were from the abbey's manor of Didbrook (Glos.). 56 In the 14th century it was usual for incumbents, 14 of whom are known, to move on

    Index A - Z

    of Bourton -on-theHill and Vicar of Stanway , 205, 230; -, Vicar of Stanway , 230 Beckbury Camp , see Didbrook Beckford , 189-90, 232, 235-7; Didcot , 186 Beddome , Benjamin, 39, 47-48 Bed ford , Duke of, see

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    see Exeter ; Musbury ; Plymouth Devot , see Dever Dew , John, Dewsnap : Geo., Jos., fam., dice , Didbrook (Glos.) , Digby : Sir Kenelm, Venetia, see Stanley Digweed , Jas., dill , see crops Dimmock : Hen.,

  • * House of Commons Parliamentary Papers * *

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    29 April 1794, 29 April 1794

    near Sireford ** Inn, in the faid County of Glouceßer \ and from Sturrp " Crofs in the Parifh of Didbrook, to the I'own of Stow- " on-the-Wold, in the County of Glouceßer aforefaid," to which they dtfire the Concurrence Subscribers-only content

    30 April 1794, 30 April 1794

    at or near Sireford Inn, in the faid County of Glouceßer ; and from Stump Crofs, in the Parifh of Didbrook, to the Town of Stow-on-the-Wold, in the County of Glouceßer afore- faid." Ordered, That the faid Bill be committed Subscribers-only content

    12 May 1794, 12 May 1794

    on-the-JVold, at or near Sireford Inn, in the faid County of Gloucefier, and from Stump Crofs, in the Pariih of Didbrook, to the Town of Stow-on-the-Wold, in the County of Gloucefter aforefaid." The Queftion was put, " Whether this Bill Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1794, 23 May 1794

    or near Sireford Inn, in the faid County 1 of Glouceßer, and from Stump Crop, in the Parifh of • Didbrook, to the Town of Siow-on-the-Wold, in the c County of Glouceßer aforefaid." " An Aft for enlarg- ' ing Subscribers-only content

    23 May 1794, 23 May 1794

    near Sireford " Inn, in the faid County of Gloucefler ; and from Stump *{ Crofs in the Parifh of Didbrook, to the Town of Stow- " on-the-Woldy in the County of Gloucefler aforefaid." 26. "' An Act for enlarging Subscribers-only content

  • * British History Online *

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    Index, D, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    Dichesiatt . See Ditcheatt. Dickenson (Dykenson) , Isabel, p. 552. -, (Dykensone), Thos., pp. 552, 555. Dicker , Middleton, 1014. Didbrook (Dydbroke) , Glouc., pp. 551, 565. Didcot (Dydcotte) , Wm., prior of Cranborne, 49, 139 iv.: p. 553. Didymus

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    start from Honeybourne Junction, and pass by way of Weston Subedge to Broadway, proceeding then through Buckland, Stanton, Stanway, Newtown, Didbrook, Winchcombc, Woodman- cote, and Bishop's Cleeve into Cheltenham rial Marle Hill. This extension, which is viewed with much favour Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Comnions.-The resolution was carriedi. t TEMVKESBUIZY DIVISION. ti A large and enthusiastic meeting was held in a marquee, ri at Didbrook, near Winchcombe, on Thursday evening, i under the presidency of the Hon. H. Tracy, dMr. Godfrey DI B. Samuelson, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    as Marker.-kp 4 y ke l otel, NewStreet. Birmingham. c12s BiLAC1{SZxIa-vanted sat once. yoir Mao;gnod shoer.- wl lages J. Medcroft-, Didbrook, S'iolssombe, B~CRSMITHS (good) WVanted, used to buildess and gneral Po~KSIlbElRS-Finishsr Wasted; must bso thi~3tiy ex --pernrioedi'shesl~eoassleiterprcm5 work, andI a Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    H. L. Powys Reck, Esq. Rev. Edward Sladen, vicar of Theddlethorpe All Saints, Lineolnshire. Rev. Win. Darke Stanton, vicar of Didbrook and rectir of Dirnocic and Flailes Chapelry, Gloucestershire. Rev. Edwd. Smyth Thorpe, vicar of Goring. Rev. Frederick Augustus Viucont, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Dtieary of Eatotn, sontbt division. f the Rev. V. Hf. Stanton, Rector of Ifasletont with ianvworth. tem-, and Vicar of Didbrook with Pinnock and Muiley, to Rural ts of f orhisct Deanery of Northleach make Rev. 11. Symonils, to Roctory Subscribers-only content

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